Stay in Varanasi is always a delight. The city is filled with colours and the random chaos is just mesmerizing.
People are running with their daily chores but there is a certain rhythm to it.
This was my second visit to Varanasi and though I was down because of the heat and stayed mostly in my hotel room but managed to get something. Varanasi never disappoints.
*WORLD PHOTOGRAPHY DAY*
Photography, for me is an asset that helps me to See things i wouldn't have observed otherwise, an instant of holding it still and I get a million questions for myself and thousands of stories brewing in my mind!✨
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A picture is worth a thousand words.. isn't it? ...
Yes, photographs are impactful. Time and time again history has shown that how one simple click can impact minds and create lasting change on both small and large scales. .
Iconic images have changed the world and many photographers have risked their lives to make them.
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Creatively clicked by @sanjay_718
Tag that person who can eat all of this 😍
The Bahubali Thali at House Of Paratha, Pune. ♥️😍
Known to be India's biggest thali, it consists of a 22 inch paratha, 8 vegetables, 4 types of lachha parathas, 2 types of biryanis, 2 desserts, 1 chur Chur naan, lassi, chhas, and 1 plate of dahi puchka! You're going to need 6-8 people to devour the entire thali.
Picture Credits : @clickeatandrepeat
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